(C) Zeiss Microsystems: Lightsheet Z.1 Microscope

Fast, Gentle Multiview Imaging of Large Specimens

Imagine you had access to an imaging system that could deliver optical sections of large samples, with virtually no phototoxicity or bleaching and with high temporal resolution. That is exactly what Lightsheet Z.1 from ZEISS does. The unique Multiview light sheet fluorescence microscope allows you to record the development of large, living samples and gently image them to deliver exceptionally high information content. It is also fast: Lightsheet Z.1 is the tool you need to get optical sections at unprecedented speed. Acquire images of your whole sample volume at sub-cellular resolution – in a fraction of the time it takes using other techniques.


What our customers say:

(C) Zeiss - Dr Jozef SamajProf. Dr. Jozef Šamaj, Palacký University Olomouc: "We are very satisfied with Lightsheet Z.1 microscope. We are developing sample preparation protocols for diverse plant species and materials and successfully use them for long-term imaging of plant development under favourable physiological conditions. We can warmly recommend this instrument to your customers."

 

Source: Leica Microsystems 

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